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Tag Archives: butterflies

What’s blooming? Rosa Ausboard!

Sep

18

More commonly referred to as Gertrude Jekyll roses, these flower are named after the famed…

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What’s Blooming? – Zinnia

Sep

04

Zinnias are not your typical flower. They can vary in appearance from a single row of petals, to a dome shape and come in many different colors.

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Gardener’s Corner – How to Care for Pentas

Oct

25

Pentas, also known as the Star Flower, is a perennial plant that grows well in tropical regions. When other plants fade in Florida’s hot and humid summers, perennials like Pentas truly shine. These attractive plants produce…

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What’s Blooming? Cosmos!

May

24

What better flower to bloom in The Cummer Garden when the word derives from Greek meaning orderly, beautiful, and balanced. The Cosmo in bloom can reach up to 2 inches in diameter withWhat better flower to bloom in The Cummer Garden when the word derives from Greek meaning orderly, beautiful, and balanced. The Cosmo in bloom can reach up to 2 inches in diameter with…

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What’s Blooming? Pentas!

Nov

17

Visitors to the Cummer gardens are rewarded not only with views of the St. John’s River but also with the flowers that…

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What Blooming? Foxgloves!

Mar

31

These lovely flowers have a background that is amusing, industrious, and sometimes dangerous. The plant came by its name because of the location it grew and the myth it perpetuated.

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